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home : news : north central illinois   April 29, 2016

6/26/2013 1:31:00 PM
Arlington hosts parade, party for local soldier


Submitted photoArlington Fire Department and others threw a parade and welcome home celebration for U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Anthony P. Housby who has spent nine months in Afghanistan.
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Arlington Fire Department and others threw a parade and welcome home celebration for U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Anthony P. Housby who has spent nine months in Afghanistan.
Submitted photoU.S. Army Staff Sgt. Anthony P. Housby (left) his wife, Megan (Drummer) Housby, (right) niece Bella Drummer (top right); and dogs Grady (bottom left) and Anton (bottom right). Housby has earned numerous military commendations.
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U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Anthony P. Housby (left) his wife, Megan (Drummer) Housby, (right) niece Bella Drummer (top right); and dogs Grady (bottom left) and Anton (bottom right). Housby has earned numerous military commendations.
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ARLINGTON — The city of Arlington welcomed home U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Anthony P. Housby on Sunday with a parade.

Arlington Fire Department officials, motorcyclists, family and friends held the parade for Housby who spent a nine month tour in Afghanistan.

Housby has served in the Army since 1999 as a military policeman.

During his service, Housby has earned numerous military commendations and has been deployed three times: twice to Iraq and most recently to Afghanistan.

He has been stationed in various places in the United States as well as Germany and Korea while attached to the 101st Airborne Divisionand is currently stationed in Ft. Campbell, Ky. with his wife Megan (Drummer) Housby.

Housby said he plans to obtain his bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and psychology and work to be an FBI profiler after he retires with the army.










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